Doodled this out last night. I wanted to make her look a little more futuristic and make it a little more formal (in the story it was a present for Supergirl to wear at a party, I think). Also, I’ve never been a fan of people in the Superfamily wearing masks; a hood feels friendlier to me. Almost changed the yellow to silver but I decided against it. Hope you guys like it!
The cloak coordinated with the red legwear and red gloves creates a better blue:red ratio, and gives the look a more balanced feel. Also, I’m a big fan of capes redesigned as mod hooded mini-cloaks, so yeah.
It’s time again to break down the convoluted history of comics in the recurring segment we call Comics, Everybody! Written by Curt Franklin and drawn by Chris Haley of the webcomic Let’s Be Friends Again, today’s subject is one very near and dear to our hearts: us.
Who are we? How did we get here? Where did we go? How and why did we come back? The story — or at least Curt and Chris’ version (with color assist from Joe Hunter), which arrived suddenly in the dead of night — unfolds on ComicsAlliance…
Although the Hulk look is quite glam and pretty, the Iron Man ensemble steals the show in this redesign (unsurprisingly). The structured cocktail dress and the arc reactor pendant are audacious, yet beautiful interpretations of Iron Man’s showboating armor. While I’m not the biggest fan of strappy gladiator footwear, I do approve of the chunky wedged heel with this ensemble.
Just in time for convention season, Iron Fist Clothing (not to be confused with Iron Fist, the Marvel superhero) has unveiled a Spring/Summer capsule collection entitled Super Bitches that features pin-up styled artwork of superheroines and villains. Known for their eclectic catalogue of monster-themed high heels and glam collaborations with RuPaul’s Drag Race, the LA-based clothing label collaborated with artist Lora Zombie to create this cheeky comic-inspired print to showcase fierce and empowered super-women in a shared feminine and feminist light.